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Expect higher, more volatile food prices

Expect higher, more volatile food prices

Q&A with leading food economists: Food prices are up, but the consumer has yet to really feel the pressure at retail. That’s about to change.

NBJ: How would you characterize the pricing environment over the past 12 months?

Arijit Dutta, Senior Economist, Moody’s Analytics: Consumer food price

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